Black Friday 2023

Keep calm and drink more tea with our 2023 Black Friday kettle deals

Updated on 27 October, 2023 - Nothing starts your morning right like a good ole’ brew! As such, you might be looking to improve your morning routine with a new kettle. Need one that boils water in 10 seconds? Or perhaps you want a kettle that's as quiet as your cat's foot steps? Whatever you're looking for, this article is the perfect guide to help you choose the best kettle this November! Find out how to shop for kettles this Black Friday 2023 below.

How to choose a kettle on Black Friday?

If this is your first time shopping for a kettle, you might be pleasantly surprised by the diverse range out there in the market today. However, with a multitude of providers, comes the overwhelming decision you have to make on picking the right one for you. It’s not just a matter of ‘can it boil my water’ and that’s it! No, in fact you’ll soon realise the different qualities each kettle can provide, so why settle for a basic one when you could impress yourself with a really innovative kettle instead! 

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Features to consider when buying a kettle


Looking to serve only yourself, or do you regularly host tea parties in your back garden? Capacity is an important factor to knowing which kettle you should buy for yourself. The last thing you want to do is constantly boil water and serve a couple at a time, instead of serving everyone all at once.

As a rule of thumb, around 1.7 litres can serve up to 6 or 7 cups at once ☕.

⏳Boiling time   

Need your tea fast? Are you someone that lives a hectic lifestyle and can only steal a few minutes from your day to make a quick brew? If so then this quality will need special attention! This has been a common innovation from kettle manufacturers over the years, with each passing year boiling team becoming more and more reduced. 

As a benchmark, look for kettles that offer power of at least 3KW.


Boiling is generally quite noisy, but again, manufacturers are constantly trying to outdo each other in this area. Look out for reviews from customers about how noisy they find certain models, as t